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Condemning violence doesn’t address the other threat to our republic.

The response to the recent rioting at the U.S. Capitol was immediate, unequivocal, and bipartisan.  Democrats were all too eager to condemn the participants as insurrectionists, to blame Donald Trump, and condemn him, too, as an unhinged provocateur.  It must have given them some measure of satisfaction after the criticism they faced for ignoring and …

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Let Me Explain in Detail Our Path Forward Before We Meet at the State House

When you join us tomorrow at 11 a.m. in Concord at the State House to protest the governor’s no-longer State of Emergency at his inauguration, which is happening inside the State House around noon, we want you to know how important it is to continue to use the effective political channels that our Founders set …

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Stop the steal

Tea Party Patriots: Alert: Show up to State Capitols Saturday, November 7th: Stop the Steal!

I know that watching the Democrats and the media collude to steal this election in broad daylight is infuriating. It’s upsetting, demoralizing, terrifying, and makes me want to scream. But please understand me clearly: WE MUST NOT GIVE UP THE FIGHT. If this were a normal election, and the President had lost fair and square, …

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Burning Masks

During the 1960s, burning things was a popular form of protest.  Men burned their draft cards.  Women burned their bras.  Men and women who opposed the Vietnam War burned their flags.